Mexican Radio - Wall Of Voodoo - Call Of The West (Cassette, Album)


Download Mexican Radio - Wall Of Voodoo - Call Of The West (Cassette, Album)
1982
Label: I.R.S. Records - cs70026 • Format: Cassette Album Dolby System • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: New Wave, Alternative Rock


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9 thoughts on “ Mexican Radio - Wall Of Voodoo - Call Of The West (Cassette, Album)

  1. Oct 01,  · referencing Call Of The West, LP, Album, R -, SP In reference to all of the Wall of Voodoo albums “Mexican Radio” nearly always comes to mind when anyone speaks of Wall Of Voodoo, a group whose music is laced with tension, a bit of nervous apprehension, even paranoia, all set to a driving synth, spurred on by the, dare I say, unique vocals of Stan Ridgway/5().
  2. May 04,  · Wall Of Voodoo's Call Of The West, despite being known for the quirky and largely successful hit "Mexican Radio", is a story of broken dreams faced by working class city dwellers of Southern California/5(91).
  3. Wall of Voodoo 's second full-length album, Call of the West, was a noticeably more approachable work than their debut, Dark Continent, and it even scored a fluke hit single, "Mexican Radio," a loopy little number about puzzled American tourists that's easily the catchiest thing on the album.9/
  4. I do not own the album or the picture. Track listing "Tomorrow" -- "Lost Weekend" -- "Factory" -- "Look at Their Way" -- "Hands of Love".
  5. rows · Wall of Voodoo's second full-length album, Call of the West, was a noticeably more .
  6. Like ZZ Top's "Heard It On The X" and The Doors' "The WASP (Texas Radio and The Big Beat)," this song was inspired by the high-wattage, unregulated AM border-blaster Mexican radio stations with signals that traveled well into America, and the occasional interjections in Spanish in the song were recorded off a real Mexican radio drilseterracithy.dekepinhygaltenemocamarselfge.co a Songfacts interview with Wall of Voodoo .
  7. The lead single and second track from the album Call of the West.. The single would become the only substantial hit for Wall of Voodoo, reaching number 41 .
  8. en référence à Call Of The West, LP, Album, R -, SP In reference to all of the Wall of Voodoo albums “Mexican Radio” nearly always comes to mind when anyone speaks of Wall Of Voodoo, a group whose music is laced with tension, a bit of nervous apprehension, even paranoia, all set to a driving synth, spurred on by the, dare I say, unique vocals of Stan Ridgway/5().

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